Snark - Also called the Percontation Point and the Irony Mark, this one’s used to indicate that there’s another layer of meaning in a sentence. Usually a sarcastic or ironic one. So it is essentially a tool for smart people to use to make stupid people feel even stupider. Which makes it the best punctuation mark of all.
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Obfuscate (OB-few-skeyt) Verb: -To render obscure, unclear, or unintelligible. -To confuse, bewilder, or stupefy. -To make obscure or unclear. -To darken. From Late Latin “obfuscātus” (past participle of obfuscāre to darken), equivalent to Latin “ob-“ + “fuscus” dark + “-ātus”. Used in a sentence: “Every question was met with an incoherent attempt to obfuscate, to the point that he sounded completely inebriated.”